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Moment Magazine 14h
"Although Kafka’s Last Trial is a work of nonfiction, it reads almost like a novel—a great compliment for such a serious and well-researched project," writes Ruby Namdar.
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Moment Magazine 15h
"My father is selling his sukkah. He says it is 'priced to sell' at $4,900, but really he just wants to find it a home," writes Jodi Rudoren.
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Moment Magazine 17h
"Haley entered the the UN headquarters in New York with a storm, announcing from the get go that she would not go along with its disproportionate focus on Israel," writes .
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Moment Magazine 19h
Stuffed cabbage is served on the fall holiday of Sukkot to symbolize a bountiful harvest.
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Moment Magazine 20h
Moses Jacob Ezekiel, a Confederate soldier and Jewish sculptor, produced the statue of Thomas Jefferson located at the University of Virginia—which white supremacists rallied around in August 2017.
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Moment Magazine 23h
This year, try your hand at our etrog jam recipe:
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
Sukkot is a harvest holiday, which means it’s all about the food.
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
"In less than two years, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has become the unrivaled superhero of the pro-Israel mainstream in American Jewry," writes .
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
The Jewish professional world is small, its higher echelons even smaller, and the revelations about these powerful men—each one of them a mover, shaker and macher—rocked it.
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
A notable theme that emerged from the film festival lineups was movies about the Orthodox community.
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
One of 14 children, Moses Ezekiel was raised as an observant Jew—and a proud Southerner.
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Moment Magazine Sep 24
Most Israelis see the midterms through the prism of their own geopolitical interests, writes .
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Moment Magazine Sep 23
You may be familiar with the five-minute couscous that’s available in supermarkets, but hand-rolled couscous requires a lot of patience, practice and time-consuming labor.
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Moment Magazine Sep 23
"For women who work or spend time online, the idea that online misogyny is dangerous seems like basic common sense," writes Vivian Kane.
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Moment Magazine Sep 23
Ezekiel’s Confederate Memorial is one of 1,500 Confederate statues and symbols across the U.S.
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Moment Magazine Sep 23
"Although defenders of the law analyze its text to prove it is largely declarative and symbolic, they miss the larger point that Israel has a choice of symbols it can deploy—those that are inclusive or those that are exclusivist if not xenophobic."
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Moment Magazine Sep 23
The Freedom Party, founded by Nazis, is trying to soften its image, writes .
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Moment Magazine Sep 22
"It surprised me that it’s taken this long for the Anti-Defamation League to issue a report officially condemning misogyny in the same way it has other forms of violent hate speech," writes Vivian Kane.
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Moment Magazine Sep 22
“I think that the need for women to feel strength in numbers is simply a reflection of the basic realities of our system.”
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Moment Magazine Sep 22
Moses Jacob Ezekiel, a Confederate soldier and Jewish sculptor, produced the statue of Thomas Jefferson located on the grounds of the University of Virginia—which hundreds of white supremacists rallied around in August 2017.
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